Site Safety & Environmental Inspection

Management Arrangements

  • Site induction, tool box talks, briefings

  • Method statements, risk assessments, task briefings

  • Welfare facilities & site accommodation

  • Fire and emergency procedures

  • LOLER - statutory inspections and lift plans

  • PUWER - Work Equipment Register, daily inspections

  • Permits to work - hot works, dig, heights, confined spaces

  • COSHH - Assessments, MSDS

Specific Site Risks (Safe?)

  • Site security, protection of public, visitor access

  • Slips, trips & falls - site tidiness, storage of materials

  • Fire extinguishing equipment

  • Safety signs, site notice board

  • Working in close proximity to plant, banking, segregation

  • Working at heights - falls and falling objects

  • Working at heights / safe access - MEWP, ladders, scaffolding, aluminium towers

  • Working in close proximity to services

  • Safety in excavations - edge protection, access & egress

  • Working in confined spaces - gas detection, rescue, DSEAR

  • Working near or over water - life jackets, life saving equipment

  • Plant - beacons, reversing alarms, cameras and safety pin

  • Work Equipment - PAT, use of handheld equipment

  • Traffic management - segregation, parking, access & egress

  • Safe places to work - barriers, rear protected, access

  • PPE

  • Occupational health - manual handling, HAVS, noise

  • High risk operations - exclusion zones, signage

  • Environmental practices - spill kits, bins, drip trays, storage, discharge, settlement

  • Formwork, shuttering

  • Site specific issues / other?

Site Specific Records

  • Name of Employee Safety Representative

  • Details of any accidents, incidents or near misses to report

  • Any good site practices to report?


  • Person completing the inspection:

  • Site Manager or Supervisor:

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